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In shelter Dog

Manhattan, KS, 66505
Pet name:
Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
Coat length:
Meet Willow! She came to us from an unfortunate situation but has flourished in her foster home. She is very smart, sweet, and loves to be around her people!
Willow is an 8 month old Shiba Inu, Husky, and Lab mix. So true to her ancestry, she is intelligent, very silly, and needs A LOT of exercise! Willow should go to a family who is experienced with Northern Breeds and everything that comes with them. She is learning quickly in her foster home but will need continued training!
She knows some basic commands, is mostly good on a leash, and is having much fewer accidents as she gets comfortable in her foster home. She is learning more every day!
Because of her background, Willow is not yet convinced that her kennel is a safe space and is working on overcoming the anxiety surrounding it. She is very fearful of new people but warmed up to her foster parents quickly. Willow does have some separation anxiety and would do best with a parent who works from home or stays home during the day.
We love this girl and know you will too. She will be a great companion who will require patience as she continues to overcome her past. Willow is fully vetted, spayed, and up to date on vaccines. Her adoption fee is $220.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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